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The highly anticipated sequel to last year’s PC hit, Puzzler World 2 brings more puzzles, new games, fun rewards and an all new Master Mode.
Release Date: Oct 24, 2011
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About the Game

The highly anticipated sequel to last year’s PC hit, Puzzler World 2 brings more puzzles, new games, fun rewards and an all new Master Mode.
Created by the same team that developed the original Puzzler World, the team were able to flex their development muscles and improve on every section in the game. With a revised selection of puzzles and mini-games, brand new Master Mode, a new reward structure and the inclusion of trophies – Puzzler World 2 takes the highly addictive franchise to a whole new level!
Each puzzle completed unlocks a bonus game which in turn rewards the player with the all-new prize wheel. Players spin the wheel and see what prize they can earn. Players can win hint tokens that can then be used to buy help if they get stuck on tricky puzzles.
Puzzler World 2 also allows players to unlock special Master Mode puzzles which provide player’s with even tougher challenges.

Key features:

  • Over 1200 new puzzles and bonus games from the world’s leading supplier of puzzle content - PML
  • Play a wide variety of different puzzles, including; Wordsearch, Fitword, Sudoku, Crossword, Hide and Seek, Link-a-Pix, Backwords, Silhouette and Pieceword
  • Unlock additional bonus games – Picture Quiz, Splitwords, Chain Letters, Colour-In, Sum-Up, Jigsaw, Hangman, Chain Letters and more!

System Requirements

    • Operating system:Windows® 2000 / XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7(admin rights required). NOTE: 95/98/ME/NT not supported.
    • Processor: Min Pentium 4 2GHz or Athlon XP/64bit Equivalent
    • Memory: 1GB System Memory
    • Hard disk space: 3.5GB
    • Video:128MB Directx 9.0c Video Card
    • Sound:Sound card with DirectX 9.0c support
    • DirectX®:9.0c or higher
Helpful customer reviews
26 of 31 people (84%) found this review helpful
20.1 hrs on record
Nothing diferent from the Puzzler World 1. Only difference is that this second part has bugged one achievement and that really sucks. Developers don't even care to fix that crap, they don't care for their game anymore. So my suggestion is: better buy Puzzler World 1 and enjoy play that one (as I said almost same game), then buy this bugged bad copy of it...
Posted: April 28
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21 of 26 people (81%) found this review helpful
22.4 hrs on record
Puzzler World 2 is worse than Puzzler World 1.

* PW2 has one achievement bugged (see worldwide statistics)
* PW2 link-a-pix needs scrolling (very annoying) even when it's not bigger than the link-a-pix in PW1
* Reward animations take twice as long = twice as annoying, with mandatory wheel-spin and all
* 4 new puzzle types
* only British English (PW1 had American/British/4 other languages)
* same difficulty level (easy-medium
Posted: April 30
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
4.9 hrs on record
The first Puzzler World was better in my opinion as far as the interface goes. This one made some unnecessary changes that only served to lessen the quality of the sequel.

The new link-a-pix is a lot more annoying especially since you have to drag the screen around to find the corners of the puzzle. I'm not sure why they decided it was a good idea. They could have just as easily added in a zoom function.

They removed codewords and added 2 other types of puzzles to replace it. Why was it removed to begin with?

Aside from the 2 things I pointed out, the game is pretty much the same. It goes on sale often so it's a nice little purchase that can entertain you anywhere between 5-20 hours depending on your enthusiasm for puzzles both easy and challenging.
Posted: June 30
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
A very good game for children in development, with a lot of different puzzles, it surely is the best puzzle game i ever saw, but the let down is the resolution, and the fact that it opens in windowed mode all the time.
Posted: May 15
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
14.2 hrs on record
Is this game bad? No. But it does have problems. And you cannot not compare this to the first one. The puzzles are still here, and mostly good, but the new ones that they added aren't as good. "Backwards" is effetively a combination word search and crossword puzzle that becomes trivially easy once you realize that, on a computer version, you can just black out the entire board and then erase the words. They altered Fitwords so that you can grab and drag words onto the board, which is very useful... when it works. They've updated a lot of features, made the resolution bigger, made Link-a-Pix be a scrollable window now instead of trying to jam everything onto one screen (a change I didn't like a first, but it is growing on me), they added a Master mode with harder puzzles once you've played through enough in Challenge mode. They added a trophy room. There are problems with Picture Quiz where some of the answers are subjectively wrong (for example, asking you to count something in the picture, but the answer is only from one portion when there are others visible elsewhere). And, the biggest change from the first, this one seems to be locked in UK English. So, for the American audience, there are going to be spelling errors and references/phrases that don't make sense. All in all, if you really like these kinds of puzzles, and have already burned through the first game, then yea, pick this one up. But if you haven't finished the first, stick with it. You'll be glad you did.

Further information: The game contains some fairly serious bugs. Typing in "0" while in a Sudoku game will break the UI and render Sudoku unplayable until you restart the game. In Master Mode, you can't scroll past the first 16 puzzles, even if there are more available. You can click below them and get extra puzzles, but only four of them. This means some puzzles, and thus some in-game trophies, are unobtainable.
Posted: May 3
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